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Mar 10, 2013 4:20pm EDT
attraction for grievance killers, the people that go into law offices, as they did in separate cisco, and shoot down 14 people -- san francisco, and shoot down 14 people. the man he went into an or raw theater. we have seen it in universities -- the man who went into and aurora theater. we have seen it in universities. the time has come to step up and ban these weapons. the other important part of this bill is to ban large capacity ammunition feeding devices. those that hold over 10 rounds. we have federal regulations and state laws that prohibit hunting ducks with more than three rounds, and yet it is legal to hunt humans with 15 round, 30 round, even 150 round magazines. limiting magazine capacity is critical, because it is when a criminal, a drug dealer, a deranged individual has to pause to change magazines and reload the the police or brave bystanders have the opportunity to take that individual down. we saw this scenario happen in tucson, arizona. a madman who shot our former colleague, gabby giffords, was taken down when he had to change magazines. my view is, how could i stan
Mar 25, 2013 7:00am EDT
- adjusted level. $, george miller are from san francisco. host: "the crow gap between ceo pay and the stagnant minimum- cruel gap - the c between ceo pay." guest: that is an interesting point. it makes me remind the public that barack obama has stated done enacted 18 tax breaks for small business and more are on their way. business,tion big which is so programmed that many do not pay any taxes. there are tens of millions of people in this country if they paid $1 of federal income tax would have paid more dollars into the u.s. treasury than general electric, honeywell, pepco, pacific gas and electric who have made billions of dollars in profit but did not pay one dollar. there should be a taxpayer appreciation day frawley belts that taxpayers have been required because they have not organized and become powerful. i wrote 100 of them years ago. a taxpayerannounce appreciation day on april 15?" they were not been used. host: ralph nader is the author of "the seventeen solutions, bold ideas for our american future." thank you for joining us. we will look at how four houses. faye t
Mar 21, 2013 7:00am EDT
to be thrown out of head start. there is no necessity to it. this is kuester -- everybody says the cisco -- the sequester was terrible. it was only done as a result of the republican blackmail on the debt ceiling. we increased the debt ceiling. people do not understand what that is. it is foreiling says money you have already spent. if you owe money, you cannot pay the bills. you have to pay the bills. otherwise the country defaults. the treasury people tell us that would be catastrophic. so you have to pay the bills. we have raised the debt ceiling 77 signs -- times since world war ii. there is political demagoguery from whatever clinical party was in go the minority. at the end, there was a vote for it. they say if you increase the debt ceiling coming up to cut spending by an incredible amount. over 10 years. white 10 years? arbitrary. -- why over 10 years? arbitrary. 2.4 congress voted for $ trillion in cuts. 2 trillion -- the sequester makes no sense at all. from our point of view, we do not have a that crisis or deficit crisis. we have a jobs crisis. we have reduced the deficit. the
Mar 21, 2013 5:00pm EDT
-tech exhibit that was taking place in jerusalem and there was actually a program that a u.s. company, cisco, set up where they were hiring young engineers because they were so well qualified, so talented, and there is a great hunger for those kinds of skills. strong,if you have a independent state that is peaceful. all the talent that is currently being untapped that could create jobs, businesses, and prosperity throughout this area. i absolutely belief it is still possible. but i think it is very difficult. i think it is difficult because all sorts of political constraints on both sides. i think it is difficult, frankly, because sometimes we know what compromises have to be made in other words to achieve -- in order achieve peace it is hard to admit those compromises have to be made. because people want to cling on to their old positions and want to have 100% of what they want or 95% of what they want instead of making the necessary compromises. as a politician, i can say, it is hard for political leaders to get too far ahead of your constituencies. presidentue for netanyahu and it is prob
Mar 8, 2013 9:00am EST
amtrak routes that are there. the distance between us and for cisco in los angeles is right about distance for something like high-speed rail. it is too long to drive, too short to fly. there is an economic connection between metro l.a. and metric -- metro san francisco. you will see a lot of success once that is built. host: dr. mckenzie, telik the little bit about how you conducted the study. i noticed flight is not included in there. is that something that you might be including in the future along with high-speed rail and some other transportation ways to get to work? guest: the american commuter survey does ask about various forms of rail. in terms of airline travel, that is typically included in the other category. we do have a catchall category. it is not distinct among the transportation choices that responders can select, but it is included in the other category. we do not disentangle that mode of travel with others, so we do not have good information on how many people consider their commute to work to be taken by airplane. host: i want to hear about your stories about c
Mar 12, 2013 1:00pm EDT
to recent cisco report, mobile data traffic in the united states grew 62% last year and by 2017 there will be a 13 -- 13 fold increase worldwide. the mobile broadband industry directly or indirectly sports 3.8 million jobs contributing more than $185 billion to the gross domestic product and driving $33 billion in productivity improvements in 2011 alone. unfortunately a single point of failure under the government's control could jeopardize this great potential for job creation and innovation. that's access to wireless spectrum. mobilities driving innovationtry and spectrum fills wireless mobility. without the spectrum the private sector will not be able to keep pace with consumer demand. that's why we must make it a priority to increase the spectrum for commercial uses as quickly as possible and do so in collaboration with industry and government stakeholders. more broadly i believe we also must focus on establishing a 21st century legal and regulatory structure that serves the purpose of our 21st century economy. it's time for this committee to take a look at modernizing our n
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